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adjective breathier, breathiest
- The voice may sound breathy, raspy, strained and rough in quality.
- At that moment, I absolutely hated how breathy my voice sounded.
- I asked, noticing the breathy sound to my voice that I had not meant to be there.
- My voice was so low and breathy it sounded more affectionate than was meant.
- Here he laughed a little, but it was a strange laugh; breathy and not at all happy-sounding.
- After Leslie let out a breathy laugh, I heard a knock on the doorframe and looked over my shoulder.
- She heard him let out a tiny, breathy laugh, and her heart sank.
- But no sound came from them, only a small breathy gasp echoed pathetically around the large kitchen.
- This British babe's breathy vocals are instantly refreshing.
- Speaking in a breathy tone, Faith says ‘Your divorce must have been so painful.’
- I held them aloft, closed my eyes, turned my face to the heavens, and exhaled a breathy YES!
- Patty's breathy vocals will have you wanting to slow dance in the foothills of West Virginia.
- She tilts her head in coy emulation and goes all breathy.
- There is something breathy in the way she says this, a catch in the throat.
- Her breathy vocals are unsettling, her glacial detachment lazy and too often irritating.
- Her voice was more breathy than she would have liked.
- Her sigh, breathy and almost wistful, was edged with relief.
- Regaining the ability to speak, her voice came out breathy.
- The creature's voice was very breathy but deep and scratchy.
- We were escorted to our seats by a breathy young hostess.